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Cowboy Classics with Scott Paladin

A weekly podcast featuring Scott Paladin
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Meet me at the pier and hear John Donne's lament for leaving one's love.
Awake from your slumber to hear the classic Christmas poem.
All men kill the thing they love.
Sit down and listen to the tale of the most galant of Arthur's knights, Gawain, and his greatest task, facing the Green Knight.
Set yourself by this lonely stone, and listen to a reading of Byron's "And Thou Art Dead, As Young and Fair".
Let us listen to a poem about building bridges by Will Allen Domgoole
Time to bask in the glow of capitalism as we listen to the peom, The Cry of the Children by Elizabeth Barret Browning
The sea is stormy tonight. Stay close so that you may hear a reading of Oscar Wilde's Ave Imperatrix.
Join me on the porch for a reading of Edgar Allen Poe's The Sleeper
Join me on the beach for a reading of Oscar Wilde's ode to love that is past its time, Her Voice.
There is a room upon the beach to stop and listen to the The City in the Sea, by Edgar Allen Poe
Close your eyes and dream, and in the dream see the works of Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Listen to the wind in the trees, and think of The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost
Dry yourself by the fire and listen to Emily Dickenson's poem, Because I Could Not Stop for Death
Come in from the wind and listen to a reading of Rudyard Kipling's Ballad of East and West
Ride Boldly Ride.
Set yourself by the fire and let us hear a tale from Timothy Thomas Fortune of a man named Bartow Black.
Mind the water, don't rock the boat, let us hear of Bianca Among The Nightingales by Elizabeth Barret Browning
Saddle up for a reading of Robert Browning's The Last Ride Together
Let's take a little break from our toil to hear a reading of Emily Bronte's A Little While
No need to let your eyes adjust, there is no light. Darkness by Lord Byron.
Grab your heavy coat and let us hear from Percy Bysshe Shelly about the West Wind.
Join me for a reading of some choice bits of William Shakespeare's classic sex romp, A Midsumer Night's Dream
Come back to my student's chambers and meet The Sphinx, a poem by Oscar Wilde
Bundle yourself up and listen to a reading of the traditional fairy tale, Godfather Death.
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